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Damian Young, OPUS International

Co Author: Barry Carter, North Shore City Council


ABSTRACT

This paper serves to highlight the observed impacts of the Stormwater Network on the spread of weedy species in the streams and bush areas of North Shore City. The observations made during the course of the 2-year “Stream-walk” and survey, undertaken in 2002-2004, support the conclusions and suggested remedial actions presented.


Activities associated with the stormwater and infrastructure networks have the potential to exacerbate the rate of spread of invasive weed species. It became clearly apparent during the “Stream-walk” survey that there was a strong relationship between the network and the distribution of weedy species


KEYWORDS Weedy Species, Stormwater Network, Invasive Species, Sediment, Deposition



2005
. Damian Young and Barry Carter, How Stormwater Infrastructure Effects the Distributio
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